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Diagnosis and interventional Adaptive Imaging


The unit Diagnosis and International Adaptive Imaging (IADI) is an Inserm unit (U947), whose speciality is developping various techniques and methods to improve imaging of moving organs. Its research covers several research domains: the MR physics and the acquisition of MR images, the clinical methodology and validations.

This new lab has been labelled Inserm in 2009.

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Cardiac diffusion tensor imaging with MRI

A post-doctoral position is available for candidates with a Ph.D. in MRI physics or related field. The project will be focused on the development of novel MRI pulse sequence, image reconstruction and/or post-processing techniques for cardiac diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) during MRI. The techniques will be evaluated in healthy volunteer and patient experiments on a clinical MRI scanner.

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ECG signal processing

A post-doctoral position is available for candidates with strong background in signal processing or electrical engineering. The project will be focused on the development of signal processing techniques for a novel electrocardiography (ECG) multi-sensor device (collaboration with Schiller Medical, France and Switzerland) designed to be used during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The techniques will be evaluated in healthy volunteer and patient experiments with the new ECG device in a clinical MRI scanner.

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Cardiac MR imaging for ECG signal modelling

A post-doctoral position is available for candidates with strong background in physics, mathematics or signal processing. Candidates with a Ph.D. in the field of MRI or ECG are preferred. The project will be focused on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the patient’s anatomy, motion, and tissue conductivities in order to improve the modelling of body-surface electrocardiography (ECG) signals. The project involves modelling, numerical simulations and experiments on a clinical MRI scanner.

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